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New campaign ads hit home for women. How stereotypes can become a problem for young women and how we can stop them.
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Anna Bruno, founder and CEO of Imblim, touches on her perspective of what it is like to be a new and aspiring woman entrepreneur in the state of Iowa.
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When Maya Angelou died last week, IWLC blogger Shanti Roundtree found comfort in many of Maya's own words, which continue to inspire us all.
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IWLC Executive Director Diane Ramsey recalls Maya Angelou's visit to Eastern Iowa in 2011 -- an unforgettable evening in the presence of greatness.
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Action versus talk, accountability, and personal power -- these messages will be familiar to IWLC event attendees and are valuable lessons for all women who want to take charge and lead change!
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Kate Blake, internship coordinator for Transamerica, takes a deeper look into Hoda Kotb's personal memoir called Hoda: How I Survived War Zones, Bad Hair, Cancer, and Kathie Lee. Blake describes how many women can relate to Hoda on a personal level,
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How do you describe yourself to others? Elevator speeches allow you to define yourself in an effective and personal way. Jessica Graham’s elevator speech tips will be especially useful at our April 23rd event in Coralville, "Success: Assured".
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If you've reached that point in your career where you've become the senior professional, what can you do to help college women succeed? Start by sending them to "Success : Assured" on April 23!
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"A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don't necessarily want to go, but ought to be." Rosalyn Carter